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I have numbing & tingling in my right hand accompanied with pain at the inside of my elbow that goes up into bicep area?

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Dr. Michele Arnold
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: Get it checked out

You should be seen by a physician if symptoms persist for longer than 3 weeks.
This could represent tendonitis, a nerve compression in the arm, or a pinched nerve in the neck, or be pain referred from another condition.

In brief: Get it checked out

You should be seen by a physician if symptoms persist for longer than 3 weeks.
This could represent tendonitis, a nerve compression in the arm, or a pinched nerve in the neck, or be pain referred from another condition.
Dr. Michele Arnold
Dr. Michele Arnold
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Dr. Christopher Dowd
Internal Medicine

In brief: Needs an eval

There are a few considerations here including nerve compression problems, nerve injury, neck/back problem, neuropathy of various causes, even a stroke/ministroke (although i think that is less likely), and others.
Bottom line is you should see your doctor for a proper eval.

In brief: Needs an eval

There are a few considerations here including nerve compression problems, nerve injury, neck/back problem, neuropathy of various causes, even a stroke/ministroke (although i think that is less likely), and others.
Bottom line is you should see your doctor for a proper eval.
Dr. Christopher Dowd
Dr. Christopher Dowd
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